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Cultural Burning with Uncle Lex Dadd 

The subject of this month’s networking gathering is Cultural Burning with Uncle Lex Dadd presenting on his work as a practitioner, and the challenges and opportunities in this area of First Nations knowledge and practice.

The meeting will be held on Wednesday 5th April at the Grand View Hotel, 174 Great Western Hwy, Wentworth Falls NSW 2782.

The meeting starts at 7:00pm and meals are available from 6:00pm. If you wish to have dinner before the meeting, the Grand View has asked if you could please order ahead (phone 4757 1001, menu here).

To register please click ‘GOING’ above.

ZOOM option:

If you will be joining by zoom,  please be patient as we fine tune the setup on the night – we will do our best to ensure you can always see and hear the speakers.

The zoom details are:

At tonight’s event we will be welcoming donations to support Uncle Lex’s local project The Gunya Shed. Based in Wentworth falls, the Gunya Shed is a place for young mob – ‘shadow rangers’ – to learn skills like woodwork, building, cooking etc in a safe and welcoming space where Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people help each other.

If you can’t attend but would like to make a donation please contribute via:

  • Resilient Blue Mountains Services
    BSB: 633 000
    Acct: 199 362 989
    Reference: Gunya Shed


5 April, 2023
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM AEST
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Resilient Blue Mountains
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Grace Tooth Dining Room, Mid Mountains Community Centre, 7 New Street, Lawson
174 Great Western Hwy
Wentworth Falls, New South Wales 2782 Australia

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